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i 6 , THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 7, 1907. 1
IB ,' j WHAT II TAIKEE
I Manager Lehman Describes
I Real Conditions in the Mine
1 at Tinfic.
" MATERIAL RESULTS
J . IN THREE PLACES
1 Large Amount Prospecting Is
I Productive of Some Very
j Gratifying Results,
j There ?n re 'few moro interesting prop
erties now operating in tho Tinlic lis
; trict than tho Yankee Consolidated, re
garding which during tho past two
I j woelcs or moro many rumor's have been
published. There are maiySnlt Lak
ers interested in tho company, and ro
sort was made Wednesday by The Trib
une to got .tho latest returns rom the
j development work now being carried
forward. lanager B. 2. Lehman
!l "Tho Yankee has done a large
amount of prospecting in the past few
months, nolably on the tunnel level,
j and on the J00, 200 and tho 500 levels
. j below the tunnol; Of these tho last
' ll-ltllfl.l i llin ,,1,1,. r, Mli,ri,i,n an - I
Ii not yioldcri material results. The first
three Ii'il into ore during the month
i! of Febrinuw. That on tho "tunnel level
really is developed by n winze from tho
f tunnel fevel, and shows no connection
) with any other oro bod', though such
i. a connection is suspected,
j "Tho fact of the working on tho
300-foot level is a hundred or moro foet
to tho north, while that on the 200-foot
level is many hundred feet further to
s the north. With regard to tho last
named, a misapprehension seems to ex
ist to the effect that tho ore is going
, , out of the Yankee. It is only fair to
' the shareholders to stale that this is
hoc the case at present, tho strike he- I
mg safely to tho north, and the dip to
"While these, three strikes have been
gratifying to the management, thoy
. liavo not been considered as warranting
unduo elation. Tho chief public inter
est seems to center in tho drift to the
north on the 500-foot level, the face
which is in lively quartz, so that
this may bo regarded as a good pros
pect only, the significance of a strike
in which, it seems, hag been antici
I GOOD NEWS PROM UVADA.
Gold Springs Property Reported to
Have Pound Jennio Lodge.
Word from the Gold Springs mining
district brings groat encouragement to
the numerous Salt Lake stockholders
in the UYada company, the property of
winch organization adnoins the Jennie.
, 1 Jus report was in effect that tho Jen-
?t iC(1e ias been encountered in the
j Lvada, and should this prove the case
there is little doubt that another Jennio
nunc will be counted among the Gold
J bprmgs attractions before the close of
, the present season. It will be recalled
f t ":it was in the north drift on tho
.Jennie that the management encountered
the ore body seventeen feet in width
t the average value of which is 25 per
: ton. 1
( .While no figures or dimensions were
given in regard to the U'vada strike, it
i " stated that the owners will get to
work in earnest as soon as the proper
equipment arrives at tho mine. Devel
opment work has been retarded greatly
during tho winter by lack of proper
machinery, and the now equipment will
include a compressor and drills that the
. tunnel to the. north can be urged for
ward at double-ouick timn. Tliia tiin,.i
has been sent in a distance of 450 feet
i ".P 1" nte. Tlie TJvada people aro prac
tically the same as those composing the
' olhcial family of the Jennie company.
I UTAH MINE VALUES.
Oro That Nets in Vicinity of Seven
Thousand Dollars Shipped.
In spite of fire and difficulties inci
dent to the rcpairmcut of damages, tho
Ma" mine at Fish Springs seems to be
proceeding merrily upon its way with
production and dividends. Tho present
development work and extraction of
resources is being done by means of
the old whim, and until tho directors
solve tho question of ridding tlie niino
of all accumulated gas there will be no
purchases of equipment to take the
place of that burned out in the main
shaft. By moans of the whim, how
- ever, the management is bringing to the
surface some ot the richest ores cvor
, sent to the local market
The last ear of ore sent from the
" "i.ln.c-ilnvrtcrac1 wcllJ,n H'C neighborhood
ot $,000 net. On Wednesday the local
olhccs of the company received word
from the superintendent that another
arge car of similar grado is soon to
I uiu niiiiu lor oait j.iaKe. Some
assays of the kind of ore now being
-worked in by the management were
senf and whilo tho local officials did
not deem it necessary to give out the
the wUui0"' Wei' croat,y P'enscd with
The directors aro to meet in regular
session a week from today, and" the
usual dividend will bo declared.
Nev,r York Curb Market.
James A. Pollock & Co.. hankers and
brokers. C West Second South Hrnt
furnish the following New York cur!
wi?aeivcd ve- their runa
' Sales.1 ii ) t. rT
Newhousc -1,000 22? ""13 "ii
Ciimbcilnnd Ely .. .. 3,500 103 93 of
Nevada Douglas 100 7fl i 73
Ely Con... li0oo 2i A
Nevada tuah 1.000 l ci n
Nevada ailnes 2,000 4 ,jA .
New York Curb Close.
Nevada Consolidated xic
' Jiuito Coalition sXx
- Butte & London " '3;J
-ribaton Consolidated Z-.U
King Edward j: ,
ooid hiii J is
IKODOL digests what you eat, and
quickly overcomes indigestion, wh ch i?
a forerunner of Dyspepsia, It is made
in strict conformity to tho NatK?
Puro Food and Drugs Law, and is sold
on a guarantee relief plan. Sold bv
Anatcc-Bnce Drug Co., U Main st Y
c ,oca dances every Wednesday and
' HIGH GRADE COPPER
Famous Newhousc Properly
iSTow Sending Car Every Other
Day to Zion.
Thero has been a new contributor
of hifjh-ffrade copper ore from tho great
county of Beaver added to tho list, and
one that promises to eclipse all its
predecessors, in tho Xewhouse Cac
tus property, and stoady shipments of
rich copper ore are now being sent from
the mine. It was stated in local circles
Wodnesdnj- that a ear of 2sTewhouse oro
had just been marketed, netting the
company the neat sum of $G250. Gen
eral Malinger Lafayette Ilanchett was
asked regarding this, and he answered
that while he could not give the exact
figures ho could say that the company
was sending in rock that will avcrago
j anywhere between 20 and 25 per cent
Up to date throe cars have left the
mine at Newhousc, and Itfr. Ilanchett
states that for tho present the com
pany will send out one car every other
day. Wit il the real extent of the rich
oro bod now being explored by tho
company has been determined no idea
can be drawn as to the possibilities of
tlie Nowhouso property as a shipper
of high-grade, nut returned visitors
from the propert3T aro agreed that tho
mine will assume splendid proportions
Tho Newhousc mine is answering tho
hopes and predictions of its numerous
Salt Lake friends nobly, and the news
that tlie company is 'making regular
shipments has created a most satisfac
DAY ON CHANGE.
Banner Day Wednesday With Largo
Local Business Done.
Wednesday on Hie local exchange war.
a banner day, and a total nf G5.025
shares passed hands, representing a niar
k?t value of $7G,0ir..87. Trading was well
distributed round the board, and the un
listed stocks wore given liberal atten
tion also. Nowhouse sold all the way
from 521.75 to $22.50; Standard Copper
sold for $110; Copper Glance entered the I
sale list at 255:. Emma copper found ull I
tho levels between 57 and 05 cents, clou- I
Ing the day stronger than it began. OI1I0
Kontucky sold for ?4..j0 and ?1.00; Ely
Witch registered a sale at SI. 50; Ohio
Copper sold for $5.05 and $5.10; Nalldrlvcr
brought 40 cents for one lot. Kor Cedar
o0 cents was bid; Federal Ely closed 01
at 98 cents; Whoolor closed 10 at 50
cents. For Yerlngton Copper 70 cents
i was bid. and Keystone was offered at
In cents. Tho quotations on listed
stocks closed as follows:
I A. M. p. m.
I Bid. lAsked.H Did. Asked.
Albion .... $ 5 l.r.o 5 5 1.70
AJax 35 .30 .30 .38
B. Con "5 50
B. Beck ... 1.50 2!25 100 0 5
Beck T. .. 1.S5 1.S5 1.871
B. Lib 12 . . y
Bullock 30 ..
Cyclone ... .03 .03J .O.V "".Q?A
ar,sii, S" -57 .50 .GO
Con- M U .50 .-II .50
Century ... .-(5 .50 .45 55
Colo. M. .. 2.42 "2.50 2.10 " 42
Crolc 10 !35
Walton 01 01 0'!
D. Hump .. .50 GG .. .'
Sajy T 2.05 2.95 3.06'
DalyJ ... 10.50 10.87 10.50 11.00
y tW ".00 19.00
lu. & B. B 3.50 3.50
E. Nest .. .25 " ""
G. Cen. .. 4.50 4.50 l.'lo "I'.st'
Horn S j -5
nS0i 0G1 .UG3 !0G l0G3
J. Bowers . .02! .(13 .O0! 0'M
L. Dillon . .lCJ .20 ,1CJ 20
I.lttlo B. .. 5.00 5.30 5.00 50
I.. King is 17 on
Utile C. .. 1G .161 .16 ilCJ
Mam. 2.10 2.30 2.20 2.40
M. Lake .. .90 .91 .90 .92
m- 1.G0 1.40 1.60'
M :: :8
n:S3.:: 3.iS 3;H5 3:I? 35
&ir.o ...::3? 7:IS
Ana 08 .10 OS in
. Chief .. .OS .09 :Ss " :Jsi
Seven T. . . .72 .74 .72 7
Swansea .. .41 .45
S. Swansea. .0S3 .09J '"'.bsi "".0
Sacra OSJ .10 .091 10
S. King ... 21.50 21.00 21.60 225
Star Con. . .30 .35 to
,.12 'in .h :!?4
.. C. Con. , 1.774 l.SB 1.75 1 80
Tetro . .. .20 .22" ig oil
L- S. ...... 58.50 00.00 58.00 59.'50
L. S. Con. . .49 .50 50 1
Utah Mine 1.95 195 o'Si
Victoria Msg n'Z
V; Con 12J "is -f2u 3-g,
aab .25 .20 M
, Ttosc ... .12 in To
Y- Co" .GO .'C5' .'eg
Carlsa. 100 at 5Gc.
Daly, GO at. S2.S0.
iVevada Mils, 100 at 53.60 100 nt si us
fifiS'l:10' 700 at ?3-75-106 ?3.sof 100
South'Swansea. 1000 at 9Jc
Lnclo Sam, 100 at 51c. 500 at 50c seller
thirty days. 1300 at 50c. "Cr
Cyclone. 9000 at 3c.
Little Chlor, 1000 at lGc.
Mountain Lake. 250 at 90c, 200 at DOr
seller sixty days. 100 at 91c. J
ow York, 500 at 2fc.
Seven Troughs, 100 at"74c.
Tetro, 1000 at 21Je.
Wabash. 200 at 24c.
.-snares sold 1G.S00.
' Selling value $7815.00.
AJax, 100 at 37c.
Nevada Hills, 400 at $3.77$c
, uncle Sam, 200 at 50c, 500 at 50c o
l th, rt ,(,a-vs 1200 at -r'lc.
South Columbus Con., 200 at SI SO
Victor. 2000 at I3c.
Wabash, 200 at 24c
Shares uold 1S.525.'
Selling value 2G,6S4.G2.
Silver Shield. 500 at Hie
Undo Sam, 900 at 50c; 1,300 at 51c
Beck Tunnel, 700 nfc si 871
atB71ck Jack. 200 at 73c; 30o'at 72c: 300
Colorado Mln . 900 at 4'u
ScaVTsOh"l.,C50n0f,at Vr aI 'C' '
iooVantkeG!-c.100 nt C5c' se,,i;r 'ys:
Shares sold 5,900.
Selling value 55,455.75.
OPEN BOARD. r '
Col. Con.. 100 at ?6.55; 100 at SG so
Colo. Mln.. 200 at $2,421 '
Daly Judge, 300 at $10.50.
Ingot. 1.000 at 6$c.
Novada Fair, GOO at 20c
May Day. 1,000 at 30Jc. '
SWffi'Jg Bt S3-721'
tenas.' aL 6C'c: 100 6Se. aeller
Shares sold 23.800.
Selling value $30,036.50.
rifty Dollars Eewa:2
lockctetand nin"?6! Watch
iockci and pm taken from 11 Emurv
Plats night of January 5. No quefffi
Novadas in San Francisco.
James A. Pollock & Co., bankers and
brokers. G West Second South, furnish
the following San Franclwco quotations,
received over their prlvato wire:
I Bid. A3ked
Sandstorm $ .03 $ .05
Red Top 4.25 4.30
Mohawk ... 17.50 18.00
Columbia Mountain 1.00 1.021
Jumbo .- 4.50
Jumbo Extension 2.35 2.40
Vomal 21 .22
Pennsylvania .. .03 .05
Goldfleld Mining Co 1.70 1.75
Kendall 42 .44
Booth .SS .90
Blue Bull 48 ' .49
Adams .20 .21
Silver Pick 1.40 1.421
May Queen ,20 24
Novada Boy 19 .20
Black Butte Extension 13 .14 .
Blue Bell 29 .30
Dixie 12 .14
Goldfleld Columbia ....... .81 .SS
Illbemla 15 .10
St. Ives 1.85 1 S7i
Conqueror 21 .23
Black Rock 09 .10
Lone Star 30 .31
Goldfleld Wonder 05 .00
Potlaich , 90 .98
Oro 4 .47
Kendall Extension ....... .05 .0G
Sandstorm Extension 09 .10 I
Mayne MG . .17 j
Atlanta .75 .70 ;
Great Bond 1.05 1.07 1
Empire ig .17
Red Top Extension 50 .55 1
Dlamondllcld B. B. Con 45
Goldlleld Daisy 2.50 2,55
Laguna i.go 105
Commonwealth.., ,,, J .35
Combination Fraction 4. SO 5,00
Groat Bend Extension 33 .35
Great Bend Annex 22 .23
Mllltown 32 .38
Black Butte Bonanza 11 .12
Kowanos 1.G5 1.70
Esmeralda 28 .30
Portland .30 .31
Crackerjack , is .19
Francos Mohawk 9G 1.00
Red Mils 2G .28
Mohawk Extension 2S ,30
Spearhead 75 ,S5
Lou Dillon is ,20
Vollow Tiger 11 ,15
u ranci ma 28 .29
Silver Pick Extension ..... .13 .15
Yellow Roso 14 .in
Columbia. Mtn, Extension.. .07 .08
Goldfleld Consolidated 9.37i 9.50
Dlamondfleld Triangle 54 .EG
. I Bid. Asked.
Tonopah Nevada $1(5.37 $1G.50
Montana Tonopah 3.70 3 75
Tonopah Extension 4. 40 4 50
MacNamara ,.. , 57 59
Midway 2. 00 2 0
Tonopah Belmont 5.00 5 '"5
Tonopah North Star ..." 34 .3G
Ohio Tonopah 03 05
West End Consolidated ... 1.50 1.55
Rescuo is jg
Tonopah & California 15 !l8
Golden Anchor 30 32
Jim Butler 1.00 l!o2J
Cash Boy .09 10
Homo 09 '.10
Boston Tonopah 12 14
Monarch Pittsburg Ext. .24 '.T,
Montana Midway Ext 11 13
Golden Crown 15 .n;
New York Tonopah Con. .. , "12
. I Bid, Asked.
Original is- .20 IS l
Bullfrog Mining .27 '"S
..u..i.w,i. jjiwmuj, , .m, -U( ,
National Bank n 42
LIgo Harris 03 04 !
Amethyst k '59 '
g,olfl Bar 1.15 l!i7J I
Stelnway 20 .22
Denver Bullfrog Annex ... !i9 25
Bonnie Clare 39 40
Mayflower Consolidated ... .39 .'40
Montgomery Shoshone Ext. .17 .18
Golden Sceptre nG
Montgomery Mountain ... .32 "33
Bullfrog Dlamondfleld 42 43
Uomestake Con 1 no 1 "f,
Yankee Girl u 13
Nugget 10 i2
Tramp Consolidated 1.25 1 27
I Victor -j3 04
Banner " "75
North Star in
I Bid. lAskcd.
Manhattan Consolidated . $ .80 S .85
Manhattan Mln. Co i 13
Gold Wedge 12 13
Seyler Humphrey OS .10
Dexter , 2s 9
Little Joe 05 06
Crescent , 09 .10
Combination 07 !
Granny " Vj
Mustang "!24 I
Little Grey '45
Cow Boy 07 0S
Original Manhattan 23 "5 '
33ronrlio 1 I 7-1
Jumping Jack ....".'..'.'.'.'!! iis . '
Pine Nut "o "''''
B,uJ?alo !o5 .07
Stray Dog 30
Yellow Horse , OS
Indian Camp '70
Standard ,02" 04
. I Bid. lAsked.
OPf'.V S 2.05 $ 2.75
Mexican S4 S5
Gould & Curry sn '37
Consolidated Virginia 94 '05
Savage 75 '79
Hale & Norcross 71 "so
Yellow Jacket 1.00 115
Sierra Nevada "s sn
nlon 79 S()
! I Bid. lAsked.
Falrvlew. Silver King S... s
Falrvlew Eagle .72 85
Pittsburg Silver Peak 1.90 1 ios
Nevada Hills o Sa
North Star Wonder 2i' i
Eagle's Nest "5 '."J.
Ruby Wonder 32 '-(
Novada Hills Florence ' "Vc
Alice of Wonder 15' "o
Boston Stock Market.
James A. Pollock & Co.. bankers and
brokers, G West Second South furnlSh
the following Boston stock quotations, rc
colvcd over their private wire yesterday:
L I Sales ! II. I L. ICIso
Bingham Con 930 2G I "5
Boston Con 3,'i5 2S1 57 7h
Butte Coalition ..... 2,015 33 315
Butte & London .' . ' Jz.
Balaklala : ;.. i ,7 ,7
Con. Mercur 350 40c 4Gc Gc
Copper Range g,520 90 S61 no
Calumet &A '600 179 1741 174
Daly West 125 m ,!? ,5
Granby 200 13gS iSs 138J
Greene Con 1,500 28 271 7
Nowhouse 2,450 '"'a oil
Nevada Con '200 17 in 7
Nevada Utah . 7, 75 a.
North Butte 8.7,75 ioSi 1ni
United Copper JfiS 75 107
h. &. Preferred , 45' .m? V2
U. S. Common 1,200 59 57? fi?i
T'"b Con 2,oni) cg- ggi
. Boston Oloso.
Bingham Central -,T
f'tnnberland Ely nallni
Mexican Con... i&JSf
Union Assay Office.
M. 6. Hanauer, J v a.i,
152 B. Wcst Te'mple. P. O. Bo "lfoL
mdhed?StCk3 may be nf,de.,tly recom"
Send for Weekly Market Letter
WM. H. TIBBAIS.
box344rCrn,d bldfl" Salt Lake. P. o.
. - .
I 100,000 Shares, Par Value $1 Each ,
I 1,000,000 Shares Treasury Stock.
This Company owns 25 mining claims aggregating 500 acres, located ji
I JHMEE DIFFERENT OBSTRUCTS
I Ramsey Mining District, Lyon County IU ET 1 A W &
,,; Wonder Mining District, Churchill County) m W s 1 il )
Mammoth Mining District, Nye County) 1 L- f SLpI
Urn Are Three xQood Investments fa tlie Price rt One
i Here is what D. J. Kennedy, of Fallon, Nevada, and for ?
I years one of the best known citizens of the state, has to say t
I in a personal letter to a friend in Salt Lake: j
t "Just a line to tell you that we have been meeting with grand success and are striking It
richer every foot we go down, Our mining engineer advises the installation of steam hoists, m
I air compressing drills, a twenty stamp mill and a cyaniding plant so w,e can treat the ore on K
I the ground and send out the gold bullion in place of shipping the ore, and paying out, as all m
5 'ore shippers do, the major portion of the profits to the railroads and smelters for the treat- jl
b ment of same, - m
j "The immense ore bodies in sight Justify us to commence at once and as soon as com- lip
I pleted he says we can earn at feast from ten to thirty thousand monthly to pay dividends K
!with." ' 'E
"Now. if we do this with one property, what does it mean? That our stock will be If
worth from $5,00 to $1 0,00 a share before many years if not greater as we open up values on jp
some of our other Wonder and Ramsey claims," jig
The Rejuvenation of Nevada as a Mining State is One oil
j the Greatest Stories o the Century. M
j There are no better camps than the three in which this ground is locatejl
I There is no better ground than this in any of these camps. I am offerWp'
j 25,000 shares of this stock before March 9, at 30 cents per share,
! I Freely Recommend It to All My Clients and Friend!
I KNOW IT IS WORTH THE MONEY, 1
This Stock has been Listed on the San Francisca and Reno Stock Exchangj
Remittences must come with all orders for stock,
for Stocks and Bonds
executed in all markets.
Private Wire Service
New York, Boston and
San Francisco Stock
Liberal Advances on all
Jas. L Pollock & Co.
6 W. SECOND'SOUTH ST.
Both TeJophonos 575.
Fop Quotations on
UTAH AND NEVADA STOCKS,
'Phone No. 325, v
Cluld, Cole & Co.,
100 Atlas Blk.
All stocks bought and sold on com
mission. Stocks carried on margin.
keCtsderG promptly exec"ted In all mar-
DeWM B. Lowe & Co,
12 West Second South Street.
Orders executed on Boston, New
York and San Francisco Exchanges.
Strictly commission business.
Members Salt Lake Stock and Min
-rank A. Bird. Charles S. Cowan.
BIRD -COWAN CO.
Assayers and Chemlcts.
160 South West Temple,
Salt Lake City, Utah.
"JUSTICE TO A
j Curtis Mann, R. B. Whlttcmore.
President V-Pres. and Mgr.
Mining, Mlnlnn Stocks and Real
i WiW.n?pon r?f ,bl,slne3s In the famous
Bullfrog Mining District, the Won
j dcr of tho Mining World,
i Correspondence Solicited Write or
wire us for Information.
J Stock Exchange for Rhyollte has been
I ' organized.
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PHONES 758. 54 W. SECOND SO."
ieffies, Mafhez &
ASSAYS ANALYSES ,
ORE TESTS. I
158 South West Tcmoio St., !
j Salt Lako City. j
Telephone Ind. 1146.
Cliais. o RooMMge
MINES, YERINGTON AND ROSE
Rooms 1-5 Hooper Bldg. Bell 'Phone
JOHN A. KIR,BY. R, K. COBB. !
H. K. COBE & CO.,
. MINES, STOCKS AND BONDS.
Telephones Ind., 931; Ecll, 4S00.
.17 West 2nd South St. ' j
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